Six homeowners face the task of a lifetime as they get ready to transform derelict properties into stunning, 21st-century homes.
Meeting people transforming derelict properties into modern home, beginning with an Australian cabinet maker restoring a Co Mayo house with 110 rooms.
Architect Hugh Wallace oversees restoration of an elegant old townhouse in North inner-city Dublin. The homeowner, Murray Rees, has ambitious plans but, with a dwindling budget.
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A couple is transforming a derelict 19th-century schoolhouse in Cavan into a new home by building a timber-clad extension, but find that it was made for functionality, not comfort.
A Donegal woman wants to renovate the derelict historic cottage on the Inishowen Peninsula, once owned by her great, great, grandmother, but is faced with a collapsed roof and wall.
A couple who have bought an old farmhouse and agricultural outbuildings in Rathrum Co Wicklow will need extensive restoration work to become habitable.
Meeting a couple restoring Belvelly Tower House in Cobh, Co Cork, a building that has not been lived in for 400 years; the first challenge is damp-proofing the structure.